Meg L Brown

Selected Publications

"`In that the world's contracted thus': Casuistical Politics in Donne's `Sunne Rising,'" in "The Muses Common-Weale": Poetry and Politics in the Seventeenth Century, Claude Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth , (eds.) (Missouri, 1988); "Interpretive Authority in Biathanatos," in Praise Disjoined: Changing Patterns of Salvation in Seventeenth-Century Literature, Anthony Low, (Gen Editor), Seventeenth-Century Texts and Studies 2 (1991); "The Politics of Conscience in Reformation England," Renaissance and Reformation XXVII (1991); " 'Though it be not according to the law': Donne's Politics and the Sermon on Esther," The John Donne Journal (1992); "Rachel Speght: Mortalities Memorandum," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 126, Detroit: Gale (1993); “Marriage as Bullfight in The Old Matador,”, By Design, 1 (1995); Donne and the Politics of Conscience in Early Modern England, E.J. Brill (1995); "Reputation as Rectitude in Christine de Pizan's Book of Three Virtues,” in Au Champ des Escriptures. Ed. Eric Hicks (Paris: Champion Press, 2000); “Shakespeare and the Possibilities of Comedy: 'Much Virtue in If,'” Journal of By Design (2000); “Absorbing Difference in Donne's Malediction Forbidding Morning,” The John Donne Journal. 20 (2001); Contributing Editor of The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne (forthcoming with Indiana University Press); Women and Gender in the Renaissance (co-author with Kari McBride), Greenwood Press (2005).

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Meg L Brown
Professor, English
Telephone: (520) 621-7393
Office: 492 Modern Languages Bldg
Office Hours: Thursdays 2:30-4:30 and by appointment
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences